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How to Innovate with Integrity: A breakfast briefing by Independent News and Media and The Marketing Institute

Posted By The Marketing Institute, 29 August 2017

Dublin, 24th August: Independent News & Media and The Marketing Institute of Ireland, hosted an event titled “Innovation with Integrity” on Thursday 24th August 2017 with special guest Mike Villaseñor, Creative Director for The New York Times. The event was attended by senior marketing management and media industry professionals.

With the media landscape changing at a frantic pace, the event sought to look at innovations such as artificial intelligence, mobile storytelling and ad fraud through the lense of integrity for both the reader and the brands whose advertising revenues keep innovation and story telling alive for publishers.

Peter McPartlin, MediaCom, MC for the morning, Tom Trainor, MII and Mitchel O’Gorman, INM led proceedings, and spoke about the importance of taking a step back to consider your audience and the diverse range of media options now available before jumping on to the newest and most shiny piece of tech. Innovation for innovation sake without the counter balance of integrity and creativity is of little merit for sustainable customer focused and impactful advertising solutions.

Special guest Mike Villaseñor, Creative Director for The New York Times presented the latest innovations in reader centric design for storytelling along with the powerful “The Truth Is” campaign.

Special guest Mike Villaseñor, Creative Director for The New York Times said: “We truly believe that reader experience is everything. It runs through the fibres of our brand and inspires creativity everywhere, from the newsroom to advertising."

Declan Fahy brought a seemingly complex topic of Innovation back to brilliant basics by speaking about the three fundamentals needed to breed a trusted and innovative partnership among brand, agency and publisher.

Declan Fahy, Head of Digital Sales, Independent News & Media said: “In order to improve better campaign performance we need three things; an improved creative process, better campaign optimisation and also to demand better transparency with all parties. I am fully aware that my solutions are back to basics but unfortunately it’s the basics that currently aren’t being done correctly in the first place."

Hugo McCafferty bravely stood up and spoke the words that were on many peoples minds. When it comes to Artificial Intelligence, “we don’t know what the future will hold” Speaking about his talk which covered unique opinion based on some award winning examples of AI

Hugo McCafferty, Native Editor, Independent News & Media said: "A lot of the discourse around AI is negative, there's a lot of scare mongering, but that really is just fear of the unknown. If we focus on the possible benefits from working with AI, we have so much to gain."


Elizabeth Sheehan (Lucozade Ribena Suntory), Joanne Grant (JCDecaux) and Tom Trainor (The Marketing Institute)


Miriam Hughes, (DDFH+B), Peter McPartlin (MediaCom) and Lisa Browne (Electric Ireland)


Niall Kenna (Mars Ireland), Karen Preston (INM) and Gerry Culligan (Iarnrod Eireann)


Hugo McCafferty (INM), Michael Villaseñor (The New York Times) and Declan Fahy (INM)

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